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HarvardGlobalHealth Jun 24
Replying to @ckkoduri
Sorry, not this time!
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HarvardGlobalHealth Jun 24
What are her lessons learned in becoming a ?, asks 's Kate Dodson. Daksha Shah: Get to know your people, so you know who to unleash & who needs more support. Don't micromanage. Take risks. Apologize when you've been wrong. Share your vision
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HarvardGlobalHealth Jun 24
What did it take to dramatically improve access TB care in Mumbai? Dr. Daksha Shah: We needed to engage everyone, inside the health system & out. We added more care centers, esp. MDR TB centers (from 2 to 15.) Increased capacity to diagnose MDR TB w/ better equipment.
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HarvardGlobalHealth Jun 24
Full house this morning at as we welcome Dr. Daksha Sha, who changed how Mumbai is tackling , for a conversation about women and leadership in Global Health.
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HarvardGlobalHealth Jun 21
Women are uniquely impacted by . Why? How? Dr. Daksha Shah, Mumbai's TB officer, will explain in a breakfast conversation with 's Kate Dodson on Monday 6/24 at 9:15 a.m. at . Here's a clip about her important work
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The Lancet Countdown on Health and Climate Change Jun 21
Chicago Medicine's cover story highlights the urgency of & why hospitals & professionals must address the growing threat to patients & communities. Features 2018 USA policy brief + recommendations
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HarvardGlobalHealth Jun 20
In sync with our new LEAD fellowship we are starting a seminar series featuring women leaders from around the world. First up: Dr. Daksha Shah, Mumbai's TB officer, talks with 's Kate Dodson. Monday 6/24 at 9:15 am at in
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HarvardGlobalHealth Jun 20
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Seed Global Health Jun 19
. launched a global campaign on June 18 urging govts to adopt the AWaRe tool to reduce the spread of antimicrobial resistance, a and development threat that continues to escalate globally:
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Olga Jonas Jun 19
, interesting. Being rich and educated are not indicators of being sensible.
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Joshua Benton Jun 19
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Dr Kathleen Bachynski Jun 19
Dr. is writing a book on vaccine hesitancy. She also recently wrote an article in arguing that "vaccine hesitancy signals poor public trust in medico-scientific institutions, and work must be done to strengthen that trust."
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StefanieFriedhoff Jun 19
Ok, peeps. Starting a deep dive into / & health at , starting w. & . Goal is to convene, identify gaps in research & action, contribute to solutions. Who should I talk to? What is missing from the conversation?
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HarvardPublicHealth Jun 18
An estimated 70 percent of the global health workforce are female, yet only about 25 percent of high-level positions in the field are held by women. is working to change that through its Global Health LEAD Fellowship. Meet the inaugural cohort:
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CUGH Trainee Advisory Committee (CUGH TAC) Jun 18
Congrats to the first class of Women in Global Health Lead Fellows! Quite the accomplishment!
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Ingrid Katz Jun 18
Nearly 20 years ago these leaders in HIV research created a new paradigm for research on HIV Treatment Adherence. Still leading the way 's annual HIV Adherence Conference!
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The Lancet Jun 18
In time for opening of the first International Global Health Security Conference in Sydney, read a Profile of conference co-organiser Rebecca Katz: leading light in global health security
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Georgina Y Caswell Jun 17
Well done Maureen!! 💪🏽 is phenomenally lucky to have you!
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AIHA Jun 17
Congratulations to former AIHA team member Stela Bivol on her selection as one of 's first class of Women in Global Health LEAD fellows!
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StefanieFriedhoff Jun 17
At , Paula Braveman wonders if education would play a lesser role in health if other factors--poverty etc--would be fixed. That's been my experience in Germany: Being poor didn't mean all these stressors, segregation & violence. And I still got a great education.
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